Los Angeles native Jeff Abrams started Rails in 2008. It's grown from a small label - started with just a single hat - into a full collection of women’s and men’s apparel.

Rails cares about their environmental impact so they work diligently to take steps toward a more sustainable future. From products to factory partnerships, to their corporate practices and philanthropic initiatives, eco-consciousness is always top of mind.

For instance, they work with WRAP certified factories to produce their products, many of whom have been in their supply chain network for 15+ years. And they use sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics and recycled materials for all product packaging.

They're proud of their Eco Collection, which features many of their classic products made from recycled and organic materials. Each season they will be adding more styles to the collection.


Working with people who share their values is very important to them.

Rails partnered with water.org to provide a year of safe water access for a person in need with each pair of Rails Denim sold. 



Surfrider Foundation is also a partner to create an Earth Day T-Shirt, with a percentage of profits donated to the organization, as well as hosting seasonal beach clean-ups along the California coastline.